Stable runoff and weathering fluxes into the oceans over Quaternary climate cycles

@inproceedings{Blanckenburg2015StableRA,
  title={Stable runoff and weathering fluxes into the oceans over Quaternary climate cycles},
  author={Friedhelm von Blanckenburg and Julien Bouchez and Daniel E. Ibarra and Kate Maher},
  year={2015}
}
The effect of glacial–interglacial cycles on surface weathering rates has been unclear. A beryllium-based proxy for weathering shows minimal variations in the input of silicate weathering products to the oceans for the past two million years. 

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